The sun was starting to fall below the mountains and the temperature dropped. A few snowflakes fell. I set up a fire to get warm and after a bit of sitting quietly, Jessie and Quinn pulled into the campground. We sat around the fire, caught up from our last time hanging out, and laughed while eating some good ‘ol mountain house meals.
When the sun rose the next morning, we hopped in our cars for their Sequoia adventure love story. We started at Beatle Rock. It was calm and peaceful, so we thought it’d be a good place for breakfast. The stoves came out, we popped down on the rock, and cooked some eggs and the clouds began rolling over the tall trees. Soon we were covered in thick fog and felt lost amongst these giant trees. The rest of our day was spent wandering through the forest, having a picnic at the base of a few redwoods, and walking up Moro Rock. It was completely socked in and you could barely see 10 feet in front of you. Our imaginations took over as we pictured the epic views that were just beyond our sites.
This was a good day. I’m stoked for Jessie and Quinn’s wedding this summer.